Contributed by Dillingham Square
School to use funds to update technology system
Lake Ridge, Va.— Dillingham Square merchants donated $1,000 to Westridge Elementary School this week.
The donation will be used to update the school’s technology items for students, according to Mark Boyd, principal of Westridge Elementary School.
“We are very excited about the donation from Dillingham Square” said Boyd. “We are going to update our technology, which we hope to include iPads for the students.”
The donation was part of Dillingham Square’s holiday shopping spree promotion, which included a $500 shopping spree drawing and a donation to a local school. Shopping spree winner Marian Wood of Woodbridge chose Westridge to win the donation. As a former teacher, she understands the impact the donation can make, and Westridge is her neighborhood school.
This is the 15th year Dillingham Square has donated funds to a local school. Since 1999, Dillingham Square Shopping Center has donated $15,000 to Prince William County schools. Previous winning schools include Lake Ridge Elementary, Antietam Elementary School, Gar-Field High School, Springwood Elementary School, Lake Ridge Middle School and Woodbridge High School.
Dillingham Square is at the intersection of Old Bridge Road and Dillingham Square in Lake Ridge. The center includes Bloom, Gold’s Gym and Brittany’s. The shopping center is owned by Old Bridge Retail Investments, LLC. Rappaport of McLean, Va. provides property management, leasing and marketing services for the center.
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